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New ‘Hawaii Five-0’ Spoilers For Season 10, November 15, 2019 Episode 8 Revealed

Hey, "Hawaii Five-0" fans. In this article, we're going to give you guys a few spoiler scoops for the upcoming episode 8 of this current season 10. It's officially due out next week. CBS delivered an official press release for episode 8. It's got a couple of informative teaser descriptions. So, we're going to run all of them by you guys right now. For starters, we've got an official title for episode 8. It's called, "Ne’e aku, ne’e mai ke one o Punahoa.” It actually means, "That way and this way shifts the sands of Punahoa” in English. So,that's another long title for this episode. It sounds like episode 8 will feature some very interesting, super intense and dramatic scenes as a drug-filled plane crashes! Grover gets super excited for his niece and more. We'll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the drug-filled plane situation. It turns out that
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What’s the Strangest Job in Hollywood?

We’ve all heard stories about bizarre jobs in show business: Seat fillers! Spokesmodels! Whatever it is that Andy Dick does! So we decided to round up a few of our favorite stranger-than-fiction real Hollywood jobs. Which do you think is the weirdest?

Food Stylist for Hannibal

Delicious or disgusting? The correct answer is “Yes.”

Styling food for film or photography is its own art form. But when the food actually has to look good And be edible for the actors in the scene, it’s even more complicated. Top this off with the fact that the food being served is supposed to be made of humans but the people eating aren’t supposed to know that, along with the fact that the chef is an evil genius drama queen, and you’ve got one of the strangest jobs in Hollywood. Luckily Hannibal‘s food stylist, Janice Poon, is brilliant at her job,
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[DVD Review] Gunfight At La Mesa

Americans love Westerns – just three years ago James Mangold’s 3:10 To Yuma scored a respectful $70 million at the Us box office, while bringing in a significantly smaller $16 mil worldwide. Something about the Western as a genre appeals to the American moviegoer – maybe it’s the concept of righteousness, of tough guys standing up for what they believe in. While the 90s and the 00s saw a rise in deconstructionist westerns like Unforgiven and the grievously underrated The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford, pulling the myth apart is still not quite gravy with most moviegoers, as evidenced by Jesse James middling box office profits.

With digital cinema having almost entirely replace film as a choice of most productions, it’s understandable that novice filmmakers would turn to low cost, high quality cameras in an effort to curb development costs. Now we come to the root of
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